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Monster Mash

Crab Man

“Crab Man” from the NCSU Free Expression Tunnel. Artist unknown.

Monster Mash

“Monster Mash” from the NCSU Free Expression Tunnel. Artist unknown.

Green Streak

Graffiti Face

“Graffiti Face”, NCSU Free Expression Tunnel. June 9, 2010. Multiple artists.


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